TWO BOYS HELP EACH OTHER DEVELOP GOOD HABITS, ONE IN SOFTBALL, OTHER IN PERSONALITY. STEPS IN HABIT FORMATION ARE EXPLAINED AS IDENTIFYING PROBLEM, GETTING HELP FROM OTHERS, STARTING PROMPLLY TO PRACTICE HABIT, NOT SLIPPING BACK.
ALICE, JERRY & EDDIE LEARN THRU EVERYDAY INCIDENTS AT PLAY & AT SCHOOL HOW DISPUTES CAN BE SETTLED BY COMPROMISE, BY OBEYING RULES, BY FINDING FACTS, OR BY FINDING OPINIONS, ACCORDING TO WHAT IS INVOLVED.
Everyday incidents at school and at play teach Alice, Jerry and Eddie to resolve conflicts by compromise, by obeying rules, by finding facts, or finding opinions. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Children, Conflict resolution
Jim leaves the gang after it attacks his father, and joins other teenagers at City Hall to argue against the imposition of a curfew. Drama filmed in Lawrence, Kansas. ( 6 reviews ) Topics: Juvenile delinquency, Social guidance, Crime and criminals
DISCUSSES PRINCIPAL FORMS OF BUSINESS OWNERSHIP: SINGLE PROPRIETORSHIP, PARTNERSHIP & CORPORATION, AND EXPLAINS ADVANTAGES & DISADVANTAGES OF EACH. Takes a small business through the benefits of incorporation and explains the process somewhat. Discusses the idea that a corporation is treated as a person in the eyes of the law. Shots: steel manufacturing plant; clothing store, selling ties; two men shaking hands; stock exchange; Different kinds of corporations (including towns, schools,...
Gives students a view of business in the world around them. Business sets the scene and provides the props. It produces Mother's pen, the bread on the breakfast table, and the pop up toaster into which the bread goes. With familiar objects such as these, students are introduced to the production, distribution, and service phases of business which, motivated by profit, satisfy demand.
FOLLOWING JOURNEY OF FIVE DOLLAR BILL THRU MANY TRANSACTIONS, FILM SHOWS HOW MONEY FUNCTIONS AS STANDARD OF VALUE, STANDARD FOR FUTURE PAYMENT, STOREHOUSE OF VALUE & CONVENIENT MEDIUM OF EXCHANGE FOR GOODS OR SERVICES. Tracking a five-dollar bill. paint store; barter; recreated "prehistoric time"; railyard; assembly line; gas station; money as a quick and easy medium of exchange; early forms of money: spearheads, shells on a string, wampum. bills; counterfeit money; U.S. Mint;...
Following the journey of a five-dollar bill through many transactions, the film shows how money functions as a standard of value and future payment, a storehouse of value and a convenient medium of exchange. ( 7 reviews ) Topic: Economics
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BOY LEARNS HOW & WHERE TO ASK GIRL FOR DATE, & WHERE TO TAKE HER FOR GOOD TIME WITHOUT SPENDING TOO MUCH MONEY OR BEING BORED BY COMMERCIALIZED AMUSEMENTS. 07:28:24:00 - 07:29:01:00 MLS 2 teenage boys walking along, tossing ball back and forth (trees in BG); pan across to CU girl waving o.s.; boy drops ball as he waves back; girl walks toward house; VS boy watching her as she walks; boy throws ball o.s. 07:29:02:00 - 07:31:39:00 MS 2 teenage boys enter house; one lays...
A high school senior learns how and where to ask a girl for a date, where to take her for a good time, and how to avoid spending too much money or being bored by commercialized amusements. Director: Ted Peshak. Cameraman: Dale Sharkey. Writers: George Tychsen, Bradford. Editor: Dick Kirschner. Narrator: George Stone. ( 13 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance, Dating, Teenagers
Ken and three friends steal boards to make backstop for baseball field. Ken suffers from guilt & sees family lawyer who helps him develop respect for laws. Ken then helps other boys settle accounts with the construction company. Explains the importance of law in keeping order in a society. Shows that respect for the law is developed by a realization that law represents accumulated wisdom, that it is in harmony with laws of nature and that it is necessary to prevent trouble. Director: Gil... ( 6 reviews ) Topic: need keyword
Examines each step of incorporation and listing of stock. Illustrates the details of buying and selling operations on the exchange floor and in the broker's office, showing how these operations bring to land, labor and management the necessary capital for production. ( 1 reviews )
EXPLAINS FORMS & PURPOSES OF SOCIAL LETTERS, PRINCIPLES OF LETTER WRITING. TEENAGE BOY AND SISTER SIT AT DINING ROOM TABLE WRITING THANK YOU LETTER TO GRANDPARENTS FOR VACATION STAY (FLASHBACKS). LISTS 5 PARTS OF FRIENDLY LETTER. ( 2 reviews )
EXPLAINS FORMS & PURPOSES OF SOCIAL LETTERS, PRINCIPLES OF LETTER WRITING. TEENAGE BOY AND SISTER SIT AT DINING ROOM TABLE WRITING THANK YOU LETTER TO GRANDPARENTS FOR VACATION STAY (FLASHBACKS). LISTS 5 PARTS OF FRIENDLY LETTER.
While a teenage brother and sister write a thank-you note to their grandmother after visiting her on vacation, we learn the five parts of a friendly letter and more about why and how to write one. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: Social guidance: Etiquette, Communication: Writing, Communication: Postal